Course: The New Space Race: Economic, Policy and Security Issues on the Final Frontier



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Next Course Date: Wednesday, March 20, 2024 1:00-5:00 ET, and Thursday, March 21, 2024 1:00-5:45 ET 

Location: Potomac Institute Ballston Headquarters (Arlington, VA)

 ·       Early Bird Registration Deadline - March 1, 2024 
 Early Bird Tuition $1450
·       Regular Registration Deadline - March 15, 2024 
  Regular Tuition $1600




Although few of us have visited it, space is vital to nearly all aspects of our Earth-bound way of life. The global space economy is projected to reach $1 trillion dollars by the end of the decade, and according to the Chamber of Commerce investment in commercial space firms has seen “explosive growth in recent years.” The increasing importance of space to our national security is exemplified by the creation of the United States Space Force in 2019, the first new branch of the military since 1947.

The economic, security and policy implications of this latest race in space are the focus of this must-attend seminar, which will provide the opportunity to explore congressional, White House, industry, and international perspectives on the importance of space to our future. Conducted under “Chatham House rules” of non-attribution, this seminar will afford participants the rare opportunity to hear from and interact with the nation’s premier experts on space. To encourage dialogue and enhance the intimacy of the format, attendance will be limited to the first 50 applicants.